THE Samsung this Friday (18th) brought a series of products to the Brazilian market that were previously only in pre-sale: the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, both with S Pen and 5G support; the clock Galaxy Watch 3; the headphones Galaxy Buds Live in the form of beans; and the tablet Galaxy Tab S7 with Android. If you are interested in some of these gadgets at launch, it is best to prepare your pocket.
These are Samsung’s suggested prices:
Whoever purchases the Note 20 or 20 Ultra until this Sunday, September 20, will win a R $ 2,000 voucher to spend on Samsung products. To do so, you must register on the Samsung For You website by October 18, 2020.
The promotion is also valid for other products: the voucher is R $ 700 for the purchase of Watch 3 and R $ 400 for Buds Live; in the case of Tab S7, you get a case with a keyboard. In all cases, you must register on the Samsung For You page.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has 108 MP camera
O Galaxy Note 20 it has a 6.7 inch screen with Full HD + resolution and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. Inside, we have the Exynos 990 processor, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of internal storage and a 4,300 mAh battery. It comes with a triple camera and 64 megapixel main sensor.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra it is equipped with a 6.9 inch screen, 1440p resolution and refresh rate up to 120 Hz. The processor is the same (Exynos 990), but there are 12 GB of RAM and a 4,500 mAh battery. The rear is made of glass, instead of the plastic used in the Note 20; and the quad camera has a 108 MP sensor.
Galaxy Watch 3 measures blood pressure and oxygen
Galaxy Watch 3 is the successor to Galaxy Watch (there is no Watch 2). He is able to monitor his blood pressure; it is necessary to calibrate it with a sphygmomanometer the first time. There is also an oximeter feature to measure blood oxygen saturation (SpO2).
The watch can perform electrocardiograms (ECG), and the functionality has already been released by Anvisa. Both 41 mm and 45 mm sizes come with 4G by default.
Galaxy Buds Live is Samsung’s friendly pair of true wireless headphones. It has active noise cancellation, six hours of battery life and IPX2 resistance to water drops.
Finally, we have the Galaxy Tab S7, which fulfills the arduous task of offering a premium tablet with Android – not even Google has such a product. It features an 11-inch LPTS display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and S Pen support. The processor is a Snapdragon 865 Plus, accompanied by 8 GB of RAM.
It is possible to use a desktop-like interface with DeX; or run three apps dividing the screen at the same time with the Multi-Active Window. The same goes for the Tab S7 +, which has a 12.4-inch Super AMOLED screen; it arrives in Brazil in November with a suggested price of R $ 8,999.